How cities are keeping residents informed on COVID-19, and best practices for communicating with data.
Cobb & Douglas Public Health is using mySidewalk reports to create a daily COVID-19 briefing on confirmed cases by over time, and by age, gender, race, and ethnicity.
To help you break through jargon and navigate the evolving landscape of outbreak measures, we've pulled 5 of the most common terms with basic explanations to boost your knowledge.
The Bay Area Council Economic Institute is highlighting both the immediate vulnerabilities of various high-risk individuals, as well as the relative economic vulnerability in California.
Dr. Sarah Martin, VP of Health Solutions for mySidewalk and former Deputy Director of the Kansas City Health Department, talks public health and COVID-19 on GovLove.
The City of Miami created a report to visualize vulnerable populations using ACS 5-Year Estimates and their open data layers of assisted living facilities.
Public Health Departments and Healthcare organizations are in a unique place to be a voice of reason and get out in front of the misinformation.
We created a report template to help you visualize your vulnerable populations, and educate the community and centralize resources. This template is available now within the mySidewalk platform.
We’re trying to understand our customers' needs and how to best be of service during this uncertain time. In our continuing commitment to our customers, we are planning to offer support services and information related to the COVID-19 pandemic at no charge.
KCMO added a section exploring economic vulnerability measurements to their COVID19 report to communicate a broader picture of community impact.
Navajo County created a report to centralize local resources and updates around COVID-19 to maintain transparent communication with residents.
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